THE ROLE OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF ADULTS IN ACHIEVING THE NATIONAL GOALS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF UZBEKISTAN
Section 2

THE ROLE OF PHONOSTYLISTIC UNITS AND PHONEMES IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING FRENCH TO ADULTS IN THE ANALYSIS OF EXAMPLES

Опубликован 2021-03-31

Ключевые слова

  • Фонетика, фоностилистика, акцент, назал, фонология, фонема, нутқ, артикуляция, лаҳжа, омофонлар.
  • Phonetics, phonostylistics, accent, nasal, phonology, phoneme, speech, articulation, dialect, homophones.

Как цитировать

Islomov, D., & Abdurahmonova, D. (2021). THE ROLE OF PHONOSTYLISTIC UNITS AND PHONEMES IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING FRENCH TO ADULTS IN THE ANALYSIS OF EXAMPLES. Конференции, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.47100/conferences.v1i1.971

Аннотация

Ўзбекистонда ёши катта инсонларнинг француз тилини
ўрганиш ва ўргатишда фонетика ва фонемаларнинг ўрни ниҳоятда катта.
Шунинг учун француз тилини ўргатиш жараёнида асосий урғуни фонетик
ўзгаришларни мукаммал ўргатишга қаратиш лозим. Бошқа чет тиллар каби
француз тилида ҳам фонетик ўзгаришлар, омофонлар, лаҳчалар, жаргонлар
мавжуд.

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